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‘Mind control’ Georgia caucus leader to lead public broadcasting program

The Georgia lawmaker who led a caucus meeting over an alleged plot by President Barack Obama and the United Nations to bring about a communist dictatorship using mind control will be at the helm of a Georgia Public Broadcasting (GPB) initiative, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported Wednesday. Starting next month, State…

Alan Simpson does the horse dance ‘Gangnam Style’ in anti-debt ad

Former Sen. Alan Simpson (R-WY) has become the latest public figure to join the “Gangnam Style” dance craze. In a parody of South Korean singer Psy’s popular YouTube video, Simpson attempts several dance moves including what he calls “the lasso” and “the horseback.” The former senator is hoping to get…

Watch live: Obama delivers remarks at Business Roundtabe

President Barack Obama delivers remarks at Business Roundtable in Washington, D.C. Watch live, broadcast on NBC News on Dec. 5. Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy…

Maddow: Secret Petraeus audio means Fox News ‘officially’ part of the GOP

When Fox News chief Roger Ailes sent one of his national security correspondents to interview then-General David Petraeus in 2011, chances are he didn’t want the full conversation to ever see the light of day — because if it did, the network’s claim of being “fair and balanced” could be…

Woman asks Jay-Z ‘Are you famous?’ in documentary clip

A scene from Jay-Z’s new self-released documentary shows the rapper and entrepreneur displaying a more humble side as he talks to an older woman on a subway train while riding to a concert performance. “Are you famous?” asks the woman, who introduces herself as Ellen, to which Jay almost sheepishly…

Creepy: Fox News host giggles during talk about shooting deaths of inner-city teens

Fox News co-host Greg Gutfeld on Tuesday seemed to find something amusing the deaths of children in cities like Chicago as he asserted that all 17 year olds killed by guns were in gangs. Fox News’ The Five devoted a segment of their Tuesday show to talking about what —…

NY Post photographer: ‘There was no way’ I could have saved subway victim

The photojournalist who captured a man’s impending death for the New York Post’s Tuesday edition defended his decision on NBC’s Today Show Wednesday, saying he couldn’t have saved the victim, Ki-Suk Han, from being hit and killed by a subway train. “If this thing happened again, with the same circumstances,…

Colbert: Science says old people are more gullible, which explains Fox News

Tuesday night on “The Colbert Report,” host Stephen Colbert looked into afflictions suffered by aging Americans including increased inability to determine when someone is untrustworthy, “Low-T” (low testosterone) and what Colbert calls “Low-O” (low female orgasm). Older people, Colbert began, are less able to trust their gut instincts, according to…

Cenk to O’Reilly: ‘You might burn in hell’ over phony ‘war on Christmas’

After playing a series of clips featuring conservative talk show host Bill O’Reilly railing at guests on his show over the so-called “war on Christmas” debate Fox News recycles every year, Current TV host Cenk Uygur just couldn’t resist any longer. Explaining where the tradition of the Christmas tree comes…

Jon Stewart summarizes GOP budget plan: Jump off the fiscal cliff voluntarily

On his show Tuesday night, The Daily Show host Jon Stewart noted that Republicans proposed a budget plan that was eerily familiar so-called fiscal cliff — the very thing their budget plan was supposed to avert. The fiscal cliff would reduce the federal deficit by $1.2 trillion over 10 years…

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